The official trailer showcasing the PC version of GTAV has finally arrived in all its 60fps glory. Make sure you're watching on the most recent/powerful device you have for the best viewing experience.
I was online checking emails and info regarding when to expect Intel Skylake processors, and that is H2, second half of 2015.
Now, you can buy GTA 5 on PC and try registering it on a current or recent gen machine, but I think waiting for the new generational Skylake CPU and socketed motherboards WILL be worth waiting for. If you're a PC only gamer, that might not sound like a great plan, but consider the wait you already have done, you can wait a few months more, can't ya?!?
The GPU world won't offer a likelyhood of new tech spoils from ATI and nVidia, but nVidia's newest platform is expensive, and lists at Microcenter in the 0 to 0 range for just graphics card alone! Expect 0 for a CPU, 0 for the motherboard, it's not a cheap move to the latest, greatest, but the new tech has a lot to entice about it, and should last the 10 years, hopefully, that the consoles can already afford to do with their technology.
The PC versions should do scaling based on the requirements listed, as do most software on hardware laptops, tablets, PCs. That is due to the wide variety of marketed products, and not just one being the defacto standard consumers will buy, whereas consoles are exactly that.
Intel's Broadwell is available now, the 5th gen Core CPUs, the Skylake on the same die shrink is the Tock of the Tick-Tock pattern, a complete ground up new CPU on the shrunken die used for Broadwell CPUs!!
Skylake will offer new features here-to-fore unseen. Worth the investment, it will consume even LESS power, but also be more powerful than any processor prior. It will be referred to as 6th Generation, so the models should begin with a '6' number, four digits long. It's also presumed there will still be Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 naming